The Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyu
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... remind myself that I was in Japan. I felt so comfortable walking around on the streets; more so than I do in New York. I guess I had a vision of what Japan looked like in my head and when it didn’t fit that, it didn’t feel like Japan. The signs were in Japanese and English so that made it feel more like America. The style of buildings and city set up were similar to America. They have trees and sidewalks and birds. None the less, several distinct things made ...
... Even though these were crumbed and fried, I can still taste it, smell it and worse, see the black stuff in it. I had to smother it with lemon and mayonnaise. Well, I could only handle two oysters. That was more than enough.
After dinner, we went to have a look at the Yodobashi camera shop as well as the BIC Camera shop. Didn't buy anything but had to try to find more power point adaptors. We went back to the hotel at closing time of about 9.30pm and had an early night, hence no blog.
... In front of the temple is Nakamise-dori, which is a shopping street with tons of market stalls selling trinkets and souvenirs - I was right at home there! One of the striking things is that as an adult person in Japan you can still publicly love cuddly toys, cute animals and pink girlie things without the judgment that you might get in the western world - the stalls are filled with the stuff. This really is the land of adult Hello ...
... based country felt so authentic. It was beautiful just to see the hundreds of stores and vendors offering foods, clothing and all sorts of little gifts and knick knacks. I think we spent a good hour and a half just walking these little streets and alleys.
I got a chance to try roasted and steamed hazelnuts, which by the way may be the worst thing I've ever put in my mouth. Almost purchased a cap that had the word C*** in big letters across the top. Visited ...
... basement of the building was converted into an Edo Period village complete with 'houses' each set up as a private dining room.
The food was pretty good too, this freshly made tofu with peanut ...